Letters by Major Norman Pringle, late of the 21st Royal Scots Fusileers [microform] : vindicating the character of the British army, employed in North America in the years 1814-15, from aspersions cast upon it in Stuart's "Three Years in North America"
Publisher [Edinburgh? : s.n.
Digitizing sponsor University of Alberta Libraries
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Signed: Norman Pringle
Five letters, Oct. 29, 1833-Jan. 27, 1834, reprinted from the Edinburgh Evening Courant. In the first three letters, the author, controverting Stuart's Three years in North America, defends the conduct of the British army at Washington and New Orleans. In letters 4-5, he replies to Stuart's Refutation of aspersions
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